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Selecting ideal health insurance coverage entails a trade-off between the gain from risk reduction and the deadweight loss from moral hazard (Manning and Marquis, 1996). This paper investigates students’ willingness to pay for student health insurance which will serve as a primary plan. Variables such as demographics, student insurance enrollment and coverage, student insurance utilization and satisfaction were used to assess students’ Willingness to pay for student insurance as a primary plan. Both qualitative and quantitative statistics were used to explain the willingness of students to pay for student insurance as a primary plan.
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Behavioral Economics | Economics
Anaman, George, "Willingness to Pay Student Insurance as a Primary Plan Among Eastern Illinois University Students" (2018). 2018 Awards for Excellence in Student Research and Creative Activity – Documents. 1.